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randy gyllenhaal spoke to supporters about how they feel about the battle within the party. he joins us live from a campaign office. >> reporter: well, with just weeks to go, this is usually the time when the party and the candidate come together, they pool their resources to get out the vote. but this week it feels more like the gop is attacking itself as campaign volunteers here stuck in the middle just keep working hard to get their ground game moving. >> hi, my name is joseph, and i'm calling on behalf of the trump cam pain. >> reporter: amid deep turmoil in the gop ranks, trump volunteers keep their heads above the fray, ignoring all the noise as they enter neighborhoods looking for undecided voters. daniel mills is a volunteer and first time voter, but he worries this week that his party is tearing at the seams at the worst possible time.
>> that's a perfect example of why unity is absolutely crucial in this election. >> unity has been tough to find as donald trump goes on a rampage against his nefellow republicans after trump bragged about the lewd ways he treats republicans, and now trump is fighting back, tweeting the shackles have been taken off. >> the shackles are weak and ineffective people within the republican party, senators and others and paul ryan. i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, including ryan, especially ryan. >> reporter: the gop leaders -- linda carpenter who got a visit from campaign volunteers. she tells us she's already fed up with negativity on both sides. >> it's ridiculous. it's really ridiculous.
>> reporter: and volunteers tell me it's tough to get anybody to really talk about politics right now when you do a door knock or a cold call. a lot of people fed up with this election, now that the dead line to register to vote has passed, there will be a lot more door knocking leading up to the election on november 8. and trump lost another supporter today. alabama governor robert bentley spoke out against trump this afternoon. bentley was referring to what he called trump's lewd comments about women and the disabled. he said he would not vote for trump, but did encourage people to vote for who they deem fit for the job. new leaked e-mails are sparking controversy. clinton was out campaigning in colorado this afternoon where she continued to attack trump. clinton's top advisor john
pedesta -- the nominee says people should remember what's at stake in this election. >> focus on what's really important in this election and in your future and the future of our country. >> clinton is also campaigning in nevada tonight. ive you live in delaware or new jersey, the deadline to register is the 15th. voter registration in pennsylvania ended at midnight. governor tom wolf says the state received more than 87,000 applications yesterday alone. more than 254,000 applied during the month of october. the third and final presidential debate now just one week away, it will take place at the university of nevada in las vegas. lauren mayk will be covering it all from las vegas.
wells fargo ceo is retiring immediately. this comes in the wake of a scandal at the bank where employees opened 2 million accounts without customer authorization. wells fargo says there's been no severance agreement tied to his retirement. fighting to preserve jeweler's row. the mayor says the city would be sued and would losive it steps in to stop luxury condos from doing up in the historic area. the area is on sampson street near 7th. preservationists say they are still not giving up the fight. >> theycollected thousands of signatures to try to keep the country's oldest diamond district intact. frank shaffer has been a diamond cutter all his life. he works every day at a bench
made in the 1800s in the shop he runs on historic jeweler's row. his building is one of six that could be demolished to make way for a 16 story 80 unit luxury condominined minute yum project >> if you're not a diamond cutter on the row, you're nothing. if you're not on jeweler's row, you're not even considered. >> reporter: and mayor jim kenney says his has been are tied. >> the jewelers are within their rights, if we were to attempt to -- >> not all jewelers on the row are against the planning. >> this whole area has been dying at night, we have no police protection, i have been burglarized twice in the past go years. i think it's a great idea, it
will be good for the whole area. >> not so says shaffer, and he says once this little piece of history is gone, you can't get it back. >> this is a horrendous project. >> a spokesperson for toll brothers would only say they are committed to working with leaders of the community. those opposing the plan is still trying to stop it. developing tonight, as sky force 10 was over a crash involving a new jersey state trooper, it happened on west main street in cumberland county. officials say the trooper and another car collided causing one to strike a pole. we have just learned the trooper was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. police have nabbed a man they say is a serial flasher who expose himself to salesclerks inside the plymouth meeting
mall. francisco salazar hernandez has been in the american eagle five times in the last month. he would go in and try on jeans and then ask for a different size and expose himself to workers. police say at first the clerks thought it was an accident, but when they started comparing notes, they figured out what was going on. when salazar hernandez returned, the clerks called the police but he got away. also montgomery county police are hoping you recognize these two men seen on surveillance video shopping with possibly cloned credit cards. officials say the men were spotted in plymouth township where a home was burglarized last month. they were gone before officers arrived, but less than a half hour later, police say the men were spending money on the victim's credit cards in another township. turning to our weather now, nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen, it is expected
to be get foggy out there this evening? >> areas of fog introtonight and into tomorrow morning. in the meantime for this evening, it's still really nice outside, 68 degrees, philadelphia, where we were already at 772 for an official high. 65 now, wilmington trenton, 62 degrees, mt. holly 64, we have 80s down to our south, then we have much cooler air moving in from much of the midwest states and that's all going to move in as we go into the weekend. until then we're going to be tapping into that warmer air. then that cooler air comes in on friday to start your weekend. this rain is moving in our direction, so tomorrow afternoon, some of you could see some showers, it's not going to be everybody, though. for tonight, we do stay dry, we'll see increasing clouds and temperatures by tomorrow morning for the commute, about the mid
to upper 40s, clouds around. and then through the afternoon, we'll see some scattered showers for mart of the area, coming up, i'll show you who can expect those and how much cooler it's going to get as we go into your weekend straight ahead. phil city council is cracking down on teenaged smoking. these are cigarettes confiscated from philadelphia businesses caught selling cigarettes to minors. the city wants harsher penalties for those selling is tobacco products to under aged teenagers. >> i don't have a lot of sympathy for folks who are marketing and selling to young, poor people. or poor people. things that are detrimental to their health. >> store owners say it will make it tougher to do business in the city. there will be a public hearing on the matter on monday. tonight a dorm on the campus of temple university is without water. sky force 10 was over a water
main break this morning. they don't know how long the repair work will take, but students willikely not have water tonight. some mixed news when it comes to tourism in atlantic city. stockton university released it's latest report which shows that fewer people are parking at casinos in the city. the numbers may reflect fewer day trippers as well as an increase in online gambling and out of state competition. as the sun gets ready to set, members of the jewish faith are wrapping up their observation of yom kippur. the congregation in spring garden held services flout the day. the observance began last night.
it's a day of atonement. it's a day of intense fair and fasting. it's the etched of the high holy days that gang with the celebration of rosh hashanah. a helping hand, the reason one local man is cleaning up the park out of the kindness of his heart. back at work, the eagles try to get back on the winning track this week and the big assignment for one player. i'll tell you which areas can expect cooler temperatures.
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i'm going to two it until i can't do it no more. >> cleaning up and giving back. a delaware man is keeping a park looking nice all for free. tim furlong says many in his neighborhood are shocked by his generosity. >> when i get depressed, i start cleaning. >> reporter: after a series of strokes a few years ago, walter aka sonny says he started keeping the park clean. >> get off your butt and do it.
>> reporter: he's now the self-appointed cleaner of hanes parker. >> just having someone like mr. sonny here, just solidifies that wilmington is a good place to be. >> everyone just assumed that the city kept up the park. but his leaf blower and the gas for it, he pay for it himself. and he just loves the work. mr. sonny also knows a clean park leads to happy families and neighborhood pride which he says makes a safer neighborhood. he gets choked up talking about this place he calls home. the basketball court and the rest of the park used to have a lot more trash, now mr. sonny
just picks up about a half bucket a day. most trash doesn't have time to hit the ground before he gets rid of it. he's happy to tell you people are more happy to keep their trash picked up. >> i'm going to keep on doing it until i can't do it no more. >> in wilmington, tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> tonight, the death toll continues to rise in north carolina, hurricane matthew left behind record flooding, officials say the storm has now claimed 19 lives in the state. rescuers have been out for days helping people stranded in the floodwaters, you can see entire neighborhoods are under water and hundreds of homes remain evacuated. thousands remain without power. the hurricane killed 20 other people across the east coast. so hard to look at those
pictures. >> devastating still and you can't believe that the water is still actually there, it just hasn't receded yet. hopefully some improvements in the next several days. only part of the area is going to see some showers for tomorrow. we have nice weather here, take a live look outside, center city, from the adventure aquarium, we have really nice conditions for this evening. tomorrow we're going to have more clouds moving in through the afternoon. if you're in the lehigh valley and the poconos, you're going to see some showers moving through. even burks county in the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 60s, 68 degrees in philadelphia. mid 60s for many of our neighborhoods in jersey and delaware. chester county coming in mid 60s mainly, west bradford county, 64 degrees. if you're in elroy, you're at 64 degrees. warrington coming in at 64
degrees as well as bedminister. we are nice and dry, but tomorrow that's going to change for some of you, there's a cold front back off to our west and that's moving in our direction. tomorrow afternoon the rain's going to be here, but the best chance is really going to be just for the lehigh valley. 9:30 tomorrow morning, we'll have some early patchy fog for the commute. there's the rain moving in, mostly after lunchtime. so that would be about burks county, chester county, lehigh valley, poconos, possibly some of this could move into the pennsylvania suburbs. i don't think it's going to be a big deal. and it's going to be really hard for it to move through new jersey and delaware. most of those areas staying dry. there's a look at friday afternoon, plenty of sunshine, and with the cold front moving through, temperatures are going to dropback down for friday. so a cool end to the week, and saturday looking really nice to start off your weekend. tomorrow we'll have a few more
neighborhoods getting into the low 70s, not so much the lehigh valley. bethlehem 69 degrees, if you're in the pennsylvania suburbs, you have a chance of seeing a shower there. if you're in buys about berry 75 degrees. can't rule out a passing isolated shower in phil. i think most will stay north and west. new jersey, trenton 69 degrees. right arrange the low 70s for atlantic city. 72 degrees for dover. then we go into friday, we're going to be back down into the mid 60s, cooler once all that months through, by saturday, mid to upper 60s, by sunday we're slowly warming back up to 70 degrees, in fact those 70s are going to stick around as we go into next week. the warm es day looking like next tuesday with 72 degrees. the eagles have a new right tackle. at least for the next 2 1/2
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it's your turn to get ahead. back to the practice field today without fletcher practicing with a ankle injury. big v was on the field and john clark has more on the rookie's big assignment. >> you know the eagles will be playing their next ten games without suspended offensive lineman lane johnson, that's a huge loss, he's arguably been their best line man so far this
season. you can hear offensive line coach yelling at the new right tackle, big v. the rookie out of tcu, the births did not want to change two spots on the line, they like how allen barber is playing on left guard, so they left him there. big v is 6'6", 220 pounds and the eagles feel he is ready. >> and that's going against big v keeps me confident. >> everyone's helping him out. doing what we can, but at the same time, we know he'll do his job. >> lane johnson is going back home to oklahoma to rehab his elbow and he may not play again this season. here's what coach doug pederson told us. >> you got to be smart with what you put in your body and get it checked out. there's resources.
>> the birds had an energetic and spirited practice coming off the loss. let's see it translates sunday in washington. at the nova care complex, john clark, csn. the flyers now, they open their season in l.a. against the kings on friday night, the orange and black enter the season with a mix of youth and better leadership. two 19-year-old rookies will certainly garner a lot of the attention. >> i think we have had a productive training camp, i think we have had a valuable training camp. now you have to flip that switch to one extra notch, make sure we're at regular season level and ready to go for that opening night drop. we're back after this.
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cancer awareness month. the gloucester township police department and the municipal building workers wore pink today. among them more than 70 gloucester township police officers who bought breast cancer badges to wear on their uniform last month. >> its see great to see the police officers wearing pink. >> weather's nice outside, though, and tomorrow, you could be waking up to some patchy fog around, just for the morning commute. for the phil area tomorrow, very small chance of a shower, best chance is going to be in the lehigh valley. so it's not going to be a rainy day in the poconos. you can look at the stretch of 70s heading our way by the end of the week, and we start to warm up a bit. pretty nice.
>> a really gorgeous stretch of weather. up next, nbc "nightly news," with lester holt. tonight, u.s. ship attack, another missile is fired at a u.s. navy destroyer. the second attack in a week. officials now pointing to iranian-backed rebels. sinister deal -- donald trump suggests a plot inside the gop to keep him out of the white house. and wikileaks unleashesore emails of hillary clinton. intentional crash, investigators now say a small plane was brought down on purpose. what happened on board in the tense final snoemts. now hiring -- why the power is in your hands this holiday season if you're looking for a job. and pets on planes, the battle breaking out over comfort animals. why some airli